$800,000Initial Offering Marketing Cap
$8Initial Offering Share Price
03/2021Initial Offering Date
In April 2016, Kobe Bryant played the final game of his 20-year career. In typical Mamba style, the 37-year-old lived up to the moment and dropped 60 points in his farewell performance. Beneath his sneakers lay pieces of hardwood emblazoned with the two numbers he wore over the course of his career: 8 and 24. A cutout portion of that court, Rally’s #16KOBE, contains four panels of hardwood that features the signed No. 8 in classic Lakers Purple and White.
“Kobe was a legend on the court and just getting started in what would have been just as meaningful a second act.”— Barack Obama | January 2021
Kobe Bryant is born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. His father, Joe “Jelly Bean” Bryant, played for the 76ers.
Named USA Today National Player of the Year, Bryant finishes his high school career as the all-time leading scorer in the history of southeastern Pennsylvania basketball.
Bryant is selected 13th overall in the first round of the NBA Draft by the Charlotte Hornets out of Lower Merion High School, and then quickly traded to the Los Angeles Lakers in exchange for center Vlade Divac.
At just 18 years old, Kobe wins the NBA Slam Dunk Contest, the youngest player to ever do so.
Kobe makes the first of his 18-career All-Star appearances, which included 17 straight from 2000-2016.
The Lakers and Bryant win the NBA Championship against the Indiana Pacers. Kobe finishes the season on the All-NBA Defensive First Team.
The Lakers repeat as NBA Champions, after beating the 76ers in a five-game series.
Kobe and the Lakers three-peat as NBA Championship after sweeping the Nets.
Kobe scores 81 points against the Toronto Raptors, the second highest-total single-game points in NBA history.
The Lakers beat the Orlando Magic in 5 games to win the NBA Championship, Kobe’s fourth. Bryant is selected Finals MVP.
Bryant wins his fifth NBA Championship with the Lakers, and again is named Finals MVP.
With 32,310 career points, Kobe surpasses Michael Jordan to become third on the NBA’s all-time scoring list.
In a post on The Player’s Tribune, Bryant announces that he intends to retire at the end of the NBA season.
Bryant scores 60 points in his final NBA game in front of a sold-out Staples Center crowd in Los Angeles and pens his signature on #16KOBE.
For his animated short film, “Dear Basketball,” Kobe wins an Academy Award.
At 41 years old, Kobe is among nine people who die in a tragic helicopter crash in Calabasas, California.
Rally enters into an agreement to acquire #16KOBE and offer it on the Rally platform.
Each panel measures four-by-eight-feet (48X96’’) and has been authenticated by the NBA with holographic stickers. #16KOBE’s twin, the No. 24 cut-out, still sits in the Lakers Practice Facility.Invest Now
|Price Per Share||$8.00|
|Number of Shares||100,000|
|Player/Number||Kobe Bryant / 8|
|Team||Los Angeles Lakers|
|Date||April 13, 2016|
|Memorabilia Type||Game-Used Court|
|Panel Size (x4)||4 ft x 8 ft|